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Iowa Football Coaching Staff Salaries
The Register's 2011 state employee salaries. NOTE: Iowa's athletic department does not receive funding from state tax dollars...it is fully funded by donors and self generated revenues (BTN, etc). This is for Fiscal Year ending June 30 (PLEASE READ AND UNDERSTAND before POSTING)
Kirk Ferentz: $3,725,000.00
Greg Davis: $100,000.00
Phil Parker: $306,223.14
Eric Johnson: $209,522.60
LeVar Woods: $116,999.15
Brian Ferentz: $73,892.08
David Raih: $8,358.00
Darrell Wilson: $279,675.00
Reese Morgan: $284,894.22
Lester Erb: $280,059.60
NOTE: Salaries for Brian Ferentz, Greg Davis, LeVar Woods include just money earned from February through June. Brian's annual salary is $218,592.00, Woods is $201,960.00 and Greg Davis' is $325,000.00
Fran McCaffery: $872,169.25
Todd Lickliter: $858,334.00
Paul Rhoads: $1,425,000.00
Fred Hoiberg: $908,531.75
Lisa Bluder: $568,000.00
Bill Fennely: $559,999.96
Highest Paid non-coach
Alan Reed, Iowa Professor: $777,247.62 (Presumably, this guy's pay DOES come from Iowa taxpayers)
'Texan by birth, Hawkeye by the Grace of God'
Holy crap. There is a professor at Iowa that makes 777,000 bucks! Snap.
It's likely that Professor Reed is also an M.D.
Maybe a Brain 'Sturgeon'
Some 'Poster' child.........a real Brain sturgeon in their own right,
gave me a minus for posting this Information. Guess it's possible they are
SIMPLY another 'Low-information' voter. There's a lot of them out there, right now.
Oh the HUMANITY!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Iowa received about $500,000 in subsidy for athletics last year. I know that probably doesn't pay any of those top salaries but technically, the UI athletic dept. is not 100% funded thru donations.
And I threw a $2 bill in the Salvation Army pot, last Christmas.
That's about the same as $500k in Chump change going to UI athletics.
How much does UI athletics return to UI? An UNFATHOMABLE number each year.
Why - was there a deficit in the athletic department?
Iowa football was 18th in the country last year in revenue generated by football. The program brought in $45,854,764, with expenses of $20,510,807, for a profit of $23,996,025.
The basketball team didn't do too shabby either. They generated revenue of $8,026,024, expenses of $5,615,758 for a profit of $2,416,266
That's a combined profit of $26,412,291.
I'm not sure where you got your number of the subsidy, it could be $500K, but from 2006-2011 Iowa has only taken in subsidies of $564,000...or 0.6% of its generated income over that time frame. And "subsidy" does not automatically mean tax money.
EDIT: Interestingly, Auburn's expenses jumped from $28 million the year they won the NC in '10 to over $39 million last year. To put that into perspective, perennial cheater Ohio State was second at $34 million. Hmmmmmm?
The data are based on the revenue and expense reports collected from more than 225 public schools in the NCAA's Division I.
This post was edited by OhioHawk07 20 months ago
Not listed is the annual income generated by the guy who drives around the Iowa tailgate areas picking up empty beer cans before, during, and after home games.......
$ 1,000,000 (approximate- does not include glass containers)
What a country!!!!!!!!!!!
So, at the least, according to OhioHawk's solid financial report, the 'whopping' expenditure of $500,000 that was
'invested' by taxpayers, turned into a profit of $26,000,000.
Wow, even by Bernie Madoff standards, that is a decent return. LOL!
And that doesn't even BEGIN to touch the Million$$$ that the private economy around Iowa CIty and CR rake in due to
Iowa Hawkeye football.
And someone's actually worried that $500k might have been sent the athletic dept's way..........HILARIOUS
In all seriousness some of those guys with the carts full of cans pry clear $500 on late games. Not a bad gig to walk around for 4 hours and stare at hot chicks. Plus you're recycling....you know, part of the solution.
I dont whats more depressing: still paying Todd Lickliter, 325k to Greg Davis, or that an average womens basketball coach makes double what 3x National Champ Coach Tom Brands makes.
dr reed is head of transplant surgery at ui. his salary reflects caring for patients. it is a big salary, but less than the earnings of counterparts in private practice.
Silver.........believe me, I'm not begrudging ANY of these folks.
Kirk Ferentz is worth every dime. Talk is cheap, so everyone likes to bloviate about salaries.
Any Moron who has taken economics 101 realizes that
filling a stadium to 70,000 every Saturday, plus throwing in some high level Bowl games and
financially it's what the market bears.
And as far as physicians go, presumably, they don't just let you start cutting organs out of folks with
a 2 year degree from Hawkeye tech.
Now taking a step back from all of the money and the business of college football and everthing else.
These folks are paid hundreds of thousands of dollars to coach a football team. I mean, wow.
/end of taking a step back.
The whole 'money and college football' offended crowd is perplexing to me.
The same people who complain about 'money and college football' and how much
a coach makes, at Iowa, are seemingly the same people who worship at the alter of
ESPN and their 'Pet' programs, lapping up everything that is spewed about the great
work of Slick Saban, or Urbane Meyer, or 'Fast-Lane' Kiffin at USC.
Iowa has an 'IOWA MAN' at the helm, who happens to also be a class act.
If directed at me, I was just saying that (all over the country, not just at Iowa) it's amazing how much the behind the scenes stuff (money, revenue, coaches salaries, state funds, recruiting, facilities etc.) have changed. I'm not saying that it's a bad or a good thing, I'm just saying that's what it is now.
Hey swarm.........it was directed at 'some people' ........never anything personal, here, my Hawkeye friend.
***Joke for you......
What do you say to an Ohio State football player in a 3-piece suit?
Answer: Will the defendant please rise ?
and the hospital is right there next to kinnick--so if a fella has been tailgating at every home game for 40 years and needs a new liver, he can duck over for a transplant at half-time.
Nah I knew it wasn't an attack, just a discussion.
Seriously, the amount of money in college football and basketball is way too high, and is corrupting the sport we love. Wouldn't you like to be able to by season tickets for $20 per game?
And don't get me started on the corrupt bowl system...
I am not sure where you are getting those numbers.
The official UI budget shows for 2013 they estimating revenue for football at $22.8M and expenses at $18.1M.
Revenue for bb is estimated at $2.9M with expenses at $5.1M.
Total athletic dept. income is budgeted at $80.6M and expenses the same. They are requesting $8.8M from the Foundation.
I never said I was worried about anything. I stated technically they are not 100% self-sufficient. Understand?
No need to be a jackazz about it. Although not surprised, you act like this most of the time on this board anyway.
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